In Disney’s newest movie, The Lone Ranger
goes from being a man of the law to a legend of justice, a wild west outlaw.
To the outlaw, make no mistake, law and order has come to the west. All I know is that a
man killed my brother. If these men represent the law, I’d rather be an outlaw. I don’t consider myself too much of a rebel,
but here in New Mexico, where much of The Lone Ranger was filmed, it’s time I tap into
my inner outlaw. But first — I have to look the part.
So I’m heading to Santa Fe’s coolest Western wear consignment shop, Double Take at the
Ranch. Boots, hats, holsters and bandanas. This shop
is an absolute gold mine for all types of Western wear and cowboy shirts and I’m just
looking for the perfect outlaw outfit. Off to the dressing room. No. Too much fringe.
Geting better. Now this is an outlaw.
bad-ass outlaw fighting corruption and greed in the Old West needs to protect herself.
It’s time for some target practice. Right on target.
And when an outlaw gets hungry there’s no time for fancy food, ust some roadhouse grub
at the Mineshaft Tavern. The Mineshaft Tavern is in Madrid New Mexico,
an old mining ghost town that has come back to life. The original tavern opened in 1895
and even today it attracts cowboys looking for a hearty no fuss, no muss meal like these
local beef burgers. And of course, every outlaw
needs a trusty steed. Hi Ya.